Rebecca Stenn, dancer, choreographer, educator, founded Rebecca Stenn Company in 1996. The group has since performed to critical acclaim and sold out houses in over 50 cities, including The Copenhagen Festival, The Edinburgh Festival, The Joyce Theater, BAM Fisher, Danspace Project, 92nd Street Y, The Rubin Museum, Symphony Space, NYLA, La MaMa ETC, The Annenberg Center and Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival among many others. As a principal dancer with Momix Dance Theater from 1989 to 1996, Stenn performed in over 30 countries and appeared as a featured performer in films for Italian, Spanish and French television. Stenn is a founding member of Pilobolus Too, touring nationally and internationally from 1996 to 2002. She has written as a contributing editor for Dancemagazine and has worked for The National Young Arts Foundation, choreographing numerous seasons at The Kennedy Center. Stenn is on faculty at The New School and Princeton University and is Choreographer-in-Residence at Dartmouth College. She has enjoyed Artist in Residencies at Barnard College, Montclair State University (New Works Award) University of Wisconsin (Alumni Award), and Keene State College among others. Of late, Stenn created and premiered the evening length work Riparius (belonging to the river) at the Gowanus Loft, June 2015 and most recently premiered a new duet at BAM Fisher, March 2016. She holds a BFA from The Juilliard School and MFA from The University of Wisconsin.
Choreographic Research, Continued
I Have a Dream: Harlem Dance and Education
Practical Side of Performance
68 Seconds (2015) - Rebecca Stenn
Rebecca's choreography for Lang students.